Adoremus Let Us Adore Adoremus On 7-9 September, over 10,000 people gathered in Liverpool for a most wonderful and historic event, the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress (Adoremus). Adoremus is an initiative of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales to create a special opportunity to reflect on the centrality of the Eucharist in the life of the Church. The central theme of the Congress is to explore the meaning and power of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and to encourage all parishes to offer people the opportunity to adore Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. Read Bishop Robert Byrne's interview: The Most Blessed Sacrament in procession in England after 110 years. “Adoremus” in Liverpool Relive the Congress Listen to Bishop Robert Barron and the other keynote speakers View the wonderful official photos Photo Gallery Adoremus at home To find local Adoration events (or to submit ones from your parish) please visit Adoration in Parishes below. Archbishop Bernard is live streaming Adoration for schools and children on Tuesday 11 September, all are welcome to tune in on the day. This will be streamed on the diocesan website front page, or save the YouTube link. Adoremus trailer Adoration in Parishes Eucharistic Congress Archbishop's Live Adoration: primary schools Audio and video from the Congress Adoration, as a living and personal encounter with Christ, is an essential and primary form of evangelisation that reawakens in us the desire for God instilled when God created us. Out of that innermost desire, we are drawn to be missionary disciples.